What is a quantitative prediction?
Evaluating likelihood of job success on basis of predetermined numerical decision rule.
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WTFction is a statement about some expected or anticipate futurestate or event. In the scientific context, a prediction istypically provided in the context of an hypothesis. I…f anhypothesis is to be useful, it must indicate what will happen oroccur under specific conditions. This indication must be provableand falsifiable so that it can be shown clearly whether is corrector incorrect. In the paranormal context, the ability to predictrelates to future events. Sometimes this ability is termed"precognition" or "presentiment". The difference between the twoterms lies in the time between the prediction and its anticipatedor actual occurence. Precognition predictions usually are in themore distant future, from hours to years away, while presentimentis a very short-term impression usually seconds or at most minutesaway. Precognition and presentiment have been well-documentedanecdotally in laboratory research. The most dramatic recentpresentiment experiments were conducted in recent years by Dr. DeanRadin and Dr. Daryl Bem. Bem's work, based on a common psychologyexperimental protocol, caused a great deal of consternation amongscientists and sketpics; many claimed the results were irreplicableand therefore false. However, the true situation is that Bem's workhas been replicated all over the world six times. In short, Aprediction is a good guess.
I. Aristotle's Theory of Motion â¢ Two basic principles: I. No motion without a mover in contact with moving body. II. Distinction between: (a) Natural motion: mover is in…ternal to moving body (b) Forced motion: mover is external to moving body
We have to make a quick guess.
Predicting is telling confidently about things which may happen in the future.
Quantitalize is not a word recognized by any English dictionary. Ifyou meant to say quantize, that means to apply a quantum theory tosomething.
Quantitatives are things that can be measured. It also designatesthings that can be estimated by quantity or are related to ametrical system.
Quantitative: . "-adjective. 1.that is or may be estimated by quantity.. 2.of or pertaining to the describing or measuring of quantity. 3.of or pertaining to a metrical… system, as that of classical verse, based on the alternation of long and short, rather than accented and unaccented, syllables. 4.of or pertaining to the length of a spoken vowel or consonant.". Quantitive: . "Estimable according to quantity; quantitative." Basically, they are the same. Quantitative is probably more commonly used. . Sources: . http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/quantitative http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/quantitive
UFC 161 Predictions
Saying what is going to happen in the future.
Nothing, quantitative and quantitative are the same thing....
A prediction is when you take a guess at what is to happen next
A quantitative prediction is a prediction of a specific quantity of something, for example, if I say it is going to rain tomorrow that is not quantitative, but if I say there …will be an inch of rain falling tomorrow, that is quantitative. If I say the stock market will be up tomorrow, that is not quantitative, but if I say the stock market will be up by 50 points tomorrow, that is quantitative.
Qualitative predictions are predictions based on quality. Howeffective is the product, or program expected to be? Quantitative predictions are based on quantities, in other wo…rds,numbers. How many people, products or units are expected.